@windsclouds2030 that's right bro, Lithuania is far away from China to be a threat, its geopolitical insignificant and economic irrelevant and China is shaking in its boots...LOL. Bro Singapore which is smaller than Lithuania carried more weight and they just declare neutral after Kamala Harris visit, Now that's a big WIN for China cause the much hype AMERICA IS BACK is not being welcome in the region.I don't know why any well-informed thinking mind HERE will attach too much weight to the action of such small Baltic state (2.8 million population), a NATO member with its rabid anti-Russia stance, and a poster country of George Soros, and like Australia and Canada, is another fawning acolyte of Washington's interests. If Australia with way bigger economic relationship with China is willing to sacrifice its economic interests by articulating such a rabid anti-China policies and actions, then what to question on Lithuania, a country having much less economic link with China! I just don't see such importance with any action taken by such small state! Some noises, yes! Impact? Almost nonexistent! Thing is pretty simple, in today's world, if Vilnius becomes not friendly, then Beijing just returns the favor!